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On a beautiful summer's day, induldge in Bavarian culinary specialities while sipping a product of one of Munich's artisan breweries.
Located on the northen end of the English Garden (Englischer Garten), this is one of my all time favorite places to relax and watch the swans on the lake.
The site of many beer commercials, this biergarten has been one of Munich's most popular spots for years.
There's live music in the summer months, ranging from Jazz to Swing and Blues. A traditional Bavarian biergarten with all its charm.
The former royal hunting house in the English Garden, the buliding dates to 1810. Great place for food.
The Hirschgarten is considered Europe's biggest Biergarten with room for 8,000 people. Even though its size is impressive, the atmosphere is one of typical Bavarian Gemuetlichkeit.
Bulit in 1790, the Chinese Tower in the English Garden is surrounded by a sprawling array of Biergarten tables and benches. This is a great Biergarten to unwind from a day of sightseeing and taste Munich's delights to the sounds of an oompah band.
This oasis under chestnut trees has been in existence since 1883. You can eat cheap here since it's selfserve.
Taxisgarten has been offering a wide array of Bavarian delicacies since 1924.
Flaucher is located on the Southern banks of the river Isar and makes for a perfect stop for bicyclists.
"Alm" is the Bavarian word for a mountain hut and that's exactly the feeling you get from the Kugler Alm.